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I’m sure you have small unused spaces in your home that need some help. I actually have A LOT of spaces in the rental that I could focus on for this task! Nothing in the rental is decorated, and today I will show you how decorating small spaces can be easy! I didn’t know whether to focus on the laundry room, linen closet, bathtub area, or my desk space. I decided to decorate the bathtub area! A soaking tub can be a focal point in a bathroom, so why not decorate it? Time to transform this area into a relaxing space! Here’s an image of it undecorated:
Here it is decorated for ME! I wanted this area to be calming and soothing, and I love how it looks now!
When I went to Walmart, I knew this space needed:
I like how simple this rug is, and it came in two different sizes. The one pictured is the bigger size.
I wanted to focus on neutral tones for this space just to give it that bright airy and soothing vibe. I always think that blue is a great neutral color, so I went with these white and blue towels. Then I placed the towels in a wicker basket I already had.
Rolling up some washcloths and placing them by the tub definitely makes this area more “fancy.” I feel like I’m at a hotel. 😉 Of course to get in the zen mood, you can light up some candles before getting in the tub. Love this scented one by Better Homes and Gardens!
The lantern comes in 2 sizes, and the smaller lantern I placed here on the other side of the bathtub. Of course, you can do real plants/flowers, but I like how these look real and you don’t have to worry about watering it!
Simple decor goes a long way in a small space like this! All of this was less than $200! Hopefully, you were able to see how decorating small spaces can be easy! Now I just need to lock myself in the bathroom away from the kids, so mom can soak in the tub and listen to podcasts while enjoying a glass of Winterset Cidery cider. 😉
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